Megdal quoted in Jerusalem Post
Sharon Megdal and Pat Mulroy, from the Southern Nevada Water Authority, spoke on a panel about water management under scarcity conditions, during the sixth international WATEC exhibition on water technologies, renewable energy and environmental control, held from November 15-17 in Tel Aviv, Israel. Looking at similarities between Arizona and Israel, a message from the session was that, cooperation is a must in water scarce regions. Read the article on the Jerusalem Post link below.
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